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Features by Queena Kim

Verizon says net neutrality ruling won't change anything

A federal court said today the FCC can't force broadband companies to treat all content equally.
Posted In: fcc, Verizon, net neutrality

Why offices are ditching their PCs for iPads

Analysts suspect that PCs are being replaced by tablets, as trust in the cloud grows.
Posted In: iPad, tablets, PCs

What bottles of milk tell you about the farm bill

As the negotiations in Congress continue on the massive farm bill, what impact does the government’s price controls of milk really have?
Posted In: farm bill, milk

Will I get stuck in the Kitchen Aid ecosystem?

At the big tech CES conference in Las Vegas, many new devices will come out that will help construct the internet of things.
Posted In: internet of things

The Edward Snowden effect: Tech in 2014

Our technology reporter Queena Kim looks at how the tech industry will respond to the news about NSA surveillance.
Posted In: nsa, Edward Snowden

Why bicyclists and hybrid drivers should pay more taxes

Some states and cities are considering fees for commuters who don't pay gas taxes.
Posted In: bike tax, Prius

2014 is not the year to text while driving

California, Illinois, and Oregon are just three of the states changing their hands-free, cell phone driving rules next year.
Posted In: cell phones, distracted driving

Why aren't more women on tech boards?

Men start up about 97 percent of the tech companies in Silicon Valley.
Posted In: women in tech

Who will own the internet?

Tech companies are taking ownership -- and control -- of everything from the cloud to dark fiber.
Posted In: telecom, data, servers

Why one company wants to hire more women in tech

Alongside the tales of the newly, minted, young male billionaire tech entrepreneurs, another narrative is bubbling: The absence of women.
Posted In: women in tech

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